Saturday, 29 May 2010

Feeling flat



Ever since the Internet went slow and we went to Bathurst, I've been at loss at what to blog about. A quick catch up on our Bathurst trip. It was freezing as I expected and one of my favourite bits was picking up potential fire wood while wearing my borrowed Angora wool jumper from Jason's brother's girlfriend. It was pretty funny that we were both wearing pretty Angora wool jumpers while picking up firewood. Why wasn't I just wearing layers and a hoodie to top it off??

Jason's dad's 50th was fun. We had about 4 fires going and had some good food. It's all so country :) Some of them tried to stay up all night but I had to get to bed but couldn't sleep for hours because the music was so loud. I can't believe I didn't really take any photos. I didn't like leaving the fire to get my camera. It was too cosy.

I had fun playing with the new born baby. It made me wish :) but I know I can wait. I get enough babies and kids at work. And it's not always good.

Anyway, I thought I would share some of my journal, book and mail related wants. I went on a mini Etsy shopping spree for some supplies and such.


These are actually journals that look like books. There are 9 in the O-Check collection and I'd love to collection them all and have them displayed somewhere.

Via Elloh Etsy

That is a tiny library check out card. It's adorable and it's a necklace.


I bought these 2 book locket charms. I can't wait until I can create something with it.

Via Tunni Etsy

This is a mail organiser.

Via Tunni Etsy

I would also use it to carry around letters and stationery when I'm on the go.

Via Keykalou Etsy

I would love to buy this pattern for a journal clutch.

Via Keykalou Etsy

So my Moleskines will have a special home in my bag.

Via Elloh Etsy

Another gorgeously cute book necklace.
Via Elloh Etsy

And a tiny book charm too. Absolute swoon!


A little love letter envelope pouch.


This is really just too sweet!


And a teeny tiny leather journal necklace! Eeeee!


I definitely think I want this. Imagine when you have an idea, you can just jot it down on your necklace (although there would need to be a tiny pencil or something too).

Anyway that's just a sample of things I would love to get. I had a thought about what I can do for a blog post yay!

Have a wonderful rest of weekend.


26 comments:

littlemissjuicy said...

Bathurst trip sounds sooo amazing!

I'm glad to have you back though. Even if you just blog about nothing, it'll be great to read. I love those journals that look like books!

Fallon said...

All of these tiny books are so darn cute!

Caroline said...

I love all of these!! Sending you a hug! xo

Claire Kiefer said...

Seriously, these are some incredible finds. I'm heading off to check out the mail organizer and cloth envelope holders now . . . so adorable!

Erin said...

Oh I especially love the love letter pouch. Just adorable!

Yelena said...

lovely little finds! wow ;)
and your trip sounds absolutely fabulous! :)

:: Lavender's Green :: said...

Bathhurst sounds great! I'm glad Jason's Dad's 50th was a hit. Collecting firewood in Angora wool jumpers makes me laugh!

You know Gracie, you shouldn't go posting anything stationery related on your blog - don't you know how dangerous it is for my wallet?! :P I love the journals that look like books.

x Jasmine

Megan said...

Oh gosh I can imagine how cold Bathurst was! I am heading back for the long weekend so will probably freeze. Gorgeous list of stuff, I am trying to stop myself from buying some of the things!

The Brunette said...

Aorable things so cute xx

Ebony said...

Ah book necklaces are so cute!
I sometimes feel that way when around babies too... haha. And I'm only 18 :D
Glad you had such a great time away but yeah, getting out of routine sometimes does disrupt blogging. Now you've for the first post-holiday post out of the way it'll be easy!

:)

S. Bernstein said...

I love book necklaces, they're so cute, I had one once that I got from the tooth fairy :)

paula said...

how sweet is all this!

Andhari said...

You're so creative. I honestly think you can make some of those. :D make it more suitable to your style and everything. Cute stuff.

shari @ little blue deer said...

Love that library card necklace! I LOVE the library, I so need one! XO!

Rhiannon Nicole said...

You have such a sweet sweet blog :) Hugs to you!

Jess said...

Aww those are some great finds. Hope your feeling more inspired soon :)

Persis Shah said...

these images are so cute and quirky. i love them.

Love your blog...pls drop by mine too when you have some time. Maybe we can follow each other =)

Persis
http://onestylemile.blogspot.com/

OneCraftyFox said...

Thanks for sharing all this. Your trip sounds great, and those are fantastic little finds. Literally, lol!

Hope you had an amazing long weekend, darling :)

Sandy a la Mode said...

your trip sounds soo awesome! i've never even heard of bathurst before! can't wait to see pictures!! love this book post - esp. b/c it's all etsy related book items!

and flowers pick themselves said...

adorable post! i love everything!

xo Alison

Jodes said...

Oh, cozy firesides are the best! I am missing a certain little mountain hideout of mine with a snuggle-wrothy couch and fireplace. Your sweet little finds are so charming! That library card necklace gets me. Adorable. Sweet blog, I love it! Definitely following and will be checking back, darling!

Fee-AMore said...

Goodness, i think that tiny library check out card is way, way too cute!

jozen said...

oh gracie! everything is lovely! hope you get them all! (hee hee)

OceanDreams said...

I love the book necklace, so darling and also the book holder is pretty too! Nice finds love!

Anna said...

Oh goodness, I really want those journals now.

Lauren Nicole said...

oh. my. gosh. i about died when i saw that 'love' letter organizer. (!!!) that is so me and i only wish i had the guts to buy one for myself, oh my soul that is awesome. haha, sorry, gushing, party of one! thanks so much for this lovely post. :]
- L